Genesis V2100 - Assault & Battery - Illegal in all 50 States

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Re: Genesis V2100 - Assault & Battery - Illegal in all 50 St

Post by Andybob1981 » Tue Mar 01, 2016 7:53 am

BruceTS wrote:Replacing the rear swing arm plastic bushings with sealed bearings. I've compiled a list of sources

This is from a thread I found about the small white bushing in the link arms
8mm x 12mm x 3.5mm sealed bearings are what you are looking for.

They sell versions with flanges and without flanges. My suggestion is to pick up a set of 10 flanged ones and 4 nonflanged ones. When you install them you put 1 flanged bearing on each side of the pivot arm and between them you install one of the nonflanged bearings. If there is a gap in the arms then you will need to install a teflon washer or modify your stock plastic bushings by cutting off the piece that inserts into the pivot arms and basically making a plastic washer. Experiment a little because these bikes are not high quality machines and the gap spacing will probably be different on every bike. That is the setup I run in my v2100 and my saber build and it works great.

Ebay item # 141281793871
Ebay item # 141321597186

First one is basic sealed bearing that you need at least 4 of. The second is the flanged bearings you need at least 8 of. I suggest getting a few extras of each one. Just paste the item # into ebay search and it will bring it up for you.

While you are at it I suggest ordering at least 2 of these...

Ebay item # 160501042330

Those are sealed bearings that go into the pivot arm directly under the seat. To install them you get a socket that is about the same size as the outer metal portion of the bearing and gently hammer them in place. To uninstall the stock ones just get a socket that fits in the hole and hammer them out. Doesn't matter if you damage the stock ones as they are crap anyway. For money reasons, I can assume, they used shielded instead of sealed bearings. All bikes should have sealed bearings only.
As for the main pivot the size is 30mm x 19mm and I just ordered a few of these to try
http://www.staton-inc.com/store/product ... 891-1.html

Since I'm building my own swing arm I can mill out the pivot to fit a larger OD bearing and have a few others in mind, since the ID is 19mm or 3/4 inch it will be easy sourcing them.
The bottom link here is dead from the side I'm guessing these are bearing for the small upper links is there a solution to the main connection near the BB my mid drive is killing those bushings

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Re: Genesis V2100 - Assault & Battery - Illegal in all 50 St

Post by BruceTS » Wed Mar 23, 2016 2:11 pm

Andybob1981 wrote:
The bottom link here is dead from the side I'm guessing these are bearing for the small upper links is there a solution to the main connection near the BB my mid drive is killing those bushings
All the bearings are easy to source and so far my swing arm has been holding up nicely, zero play and the bike ride really smooth.
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Re: Genesis V2100 - Assault & Battery - Illegal in all 50 St

Post by EbikeAdvocate » Thu Oct 20, 2016 12:22 am

How much for it?

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Re: Genesis V2100 - Assault & Battery - Illegal in all 50 St

Post by teslanv » Thu Oct 20, 2016 10:57 am

EbikeAdvocate wrote:How much for it?
Not for sale. Just a build thread to show you how it's done.
Although I do sell custom torque arms for the Genesis V2100 Frame, so you don't have to find or build a Farfle Swing arm.
http://kinaye-motorsports.myshopify.com ... 2100-frame
V2100 TAs_on_small.jpg
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Re: Genesis V2100 - Assault & Battery - Illegal in all 50 St

Post by EbikeAdvocate » Thu Oct 20, 2016 4:03 pm

teslanv wrote:
EbikeAdvocate wrote:How much for it?
Not for sale. Just a build thread to show you how it's done.
Although I do sell custom torque arms for the Genesis V2100 Frame, so you don't have to find or build a Farfle Swing arm.
http://kinaye-motorsports.myshopify.com ... 2100-frame
V2100 TAs_on_small.jpg

How much would it cost me to build what you have right here?

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Re: Genesis V2100 - Assault & Battery - Illegal in all 50 St

Post by cwah » Mon Jul 17, 2017 12:06 pm

Are you still selling battery bag? I need one strong enough to hold 20kg or 400 18650 cells.

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Re: Genesis V2100 - Assault & Battery - Illegal in all 50 St

Post by ejonesss » Sat Jul 22, 2017 10:53 am

you say illegal how would the police even know if you are using it above the legal power?

i doubt that the police is trained on dyno'ing ebikes if they can dyno anything at all.
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Re: Genesis V2100 - Assault & Battery - Illegal in all 50 St

Post by teslanv » Sat Jul 22, 2017 12:46 pm

ejonesss wrote:you say illegal how would the police even know if you are using it above the legal power?

i doubt that the police is trained on dyno'ing ebikes if they can dyno anything at all.
Based on speed alone.
Yes, I could ride it at the legal 20mph speed limit, but then what's the point. ;)
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